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If they used it in tanning or curing hides, I don't think I would use it for cooking or eating.
 

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If you live in my neck of the woods, this might be something for you to get. I don't have any idea what kind of salt this is, can you use this for everyday cooking?

http://pullman.craigslist.org/zip/4699482890.html
No, it's not safe for food consumption. It's already been used as tanning salt and is good only for re-use in tanning more hides. It may be clean but that just means it doesn't have a lot of dirt and animal pieces in it. It doesn't mean that it is not contaminated with animal hair or proteins or other tanning chemicals.
 
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